Aleppo/Damascus, SANA – Two civilians were killed and two were injured on Monday in a terrorist rocket attack which targeted al-Khalediya neighborhood in Aleppo city.
A source at the Police Command told SANA’s correspondent that terrorists located in Bani Zeid neighborhood targeted al-Khalediya neighborhood with rocket shells, killing two civilians, injuring two more, and causing material damage to houses and properties.
The source added that the terrorist organizations targeted al-Nile street and Mogambo neighborhood with a number of shells, killing 3 persons and injuring 6 others.
A source at the University Hospital said that two people were admitted to the hospital’s ER with wounds of medium severity and received treatment.
On Sunday, nine civilians were injured in a terrorist rocket attack on al-Mogambo neighborhood in the city of Aleppo.
Meanwhile, 15 civilians were injured in a series of terrorist mortar attacks on neighborhoods in Damascus.
A source at the Police Command told SANA’s correspondent that one mortar shell landed near Sheikh Raslan Mosque in Bab Touma neighborhood, injuring 10 civilians who were rushed to the French Hospital.
The source added that three more shells landed in Baghdad Street, injuring three civilians, and another shell struck Sheikh Mehiddin Mosque in Rukn Eddin area, causing significant material damage to the mosque, while two more shells fell in Shamdin square and al-Jibbeh, causing material damage.
Seven more shells landed in Harasta suburb, causing material damage to cars and shop but no casualties.
Eleven persons were also injured in terrorist attacks with mortar shells in Jaramana, Damascus countryside.
A police source told SANA that terrorist organizations targeted Jaramana city with 6 shells, injuring 11 persons.
Later, the source said that the terrorists targeted al-Qusour neighborhood with mortar shells, injuring two civilians.
Terrorists fired scores of mortar and rocket shells on Damascus and its countryside on Sunday, killing two civilians and injuring 38.
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